Josef Adalian

Guest/Host, Screengrab, The Spin-off

Josef Adalian joined New York Magazine's Vulture.com in 2010 and reports on all aspects of the television industry. He began covering the TV business in 1991, serving as a local TV columnist for the Boston Herald. Since then, he's been on staff at the New York Post, TV Week and The Wrap. From 1999 through 2008, he covered the small screen for Variety, serving as the industry bible’s TV editor. In addition to his full-time position at Vulture, Adalian contributes TV reviews to Playboy. 

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